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Nystrom World Atlas Workbook: 5th Ed, Special Ed Modified
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A modified workbook for use with the Nystrom World Altas, fifth edition.
(This edition has an image of a green field on the cover.)
>This is a modified workbook for very low students. Using this workbook, the students can use the same text as their peers, but with work at an appropriate level for them.
>Very well-organized and creative
>Perfect for students who operate at around 1st-2nd grade level.
>Pgs 1-13: questions
>Pgs. 14-15: Answer key.
>136 questions total
>Broken-up into organized sections, focuses on specific pages, so special needs students can work on the same pages as peers.
>Includes color, bold print, pictures, highlighting, etc. to keep it stimulating
>About 40% of questions are "no wrong answer" or "answers will vary" style.
"Find a country that starts with the letter G."
"What is the boy in the orange tee-shirt doing with the giant leaf? Write a sentence explaining what you think is happening."
>About 20% of questions are Yes/No style.
"Can you find the city called London? Hint: It is in an orange country." YES NO
"Find CUBA on the map. Is it an island?" YES NO
>Many opportunities to write key information.
"A small area of ocean is called sea or gulf or bay. "
"A __________ area of ocean is called ________ or _________ or _______. "
>From Europe section:
"What OCEANS border Europe? 1. ___________________ 2. _______________"
"The pink island is part of Europe too. What is this country’s name? ______________"
>From Asia section:
"Can you find the city called Hong Kong? Hint: It is in a pink country. YES NO"
"Name two green countries in Asia. 1.__________________ 2. ________________"
>From Land Cover section:
"Look at the Land Cover chart on page 13. What color is tundra? _______________."
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